According to Funzine.hu, Hungarian is, in general, a meat-lover nation. We tend to eat meat for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or anytime in between during the day. They collected 6 places where you can have some quality meat.
It is one of the most exclusive restaurants in Budapest with Brazilian style BBQ, that is, more than 20 kinds of meats grilled with churrasco procedure, meaning that beef, pork, lamb, and poultry are cooked on an open fire. The serving is authentic rozidio style: the waiters move around the restaurant with the skewers, slicing meat onto the client’s plate, while the guests can take as much of the starters, soups, and salads as they want. In Fire Churrascaria Steakhouse you can try blue cheese filet mignon, sweet-chili chicken wings, on mini cheeseburgers. Garnish and desserts can be ordered from the menu.
1052 Budapest, Petőfi tér 3-5.
Prime Steakhouse is located in the heart of the capital, a couple of streets away from Saint Stephen’s Basilica.
It is one of the most imposing restaurants of the capital, thanks to its excellent á la carte menu, an exquisite range of wines and cocktails, and the thoughtful service.
The elegant but friendly interior can be the perfect venue for a business lunch, a romantic dinner, a family occasion, or a birthday party. We can have classics like Caesar’s salad or French onion soup, or traditional Hungarian dishes, such as grilled goose liver or goulash. Different kinds of filet mignons (Omaha, Creekstone, Wagyu etc.) can be tasted with delicious sauces.
Budapest, Sas utca 18.
Since Belárosi Disznótoros has two units located in the city center, we need not go far from it in case we are eager for a Hungarian sausage, knuckle, white or black pudding, or grilled or breaded meats. Belvárosi Disznótoros offers plates plentiful of meat with different garnishing and salads which we can have on the spot or take away. Both their restaurants are popular among the workers nearby, so we have to count with a bigger line around noon.
1075 Budapest, Király utca 1.
1053 Budapest, Károlyi Mihály utca 17.
Lóca restaurant is outstanding among the fine dining restaurants, gourmet morsels, and sometimes bizarre dishes of Budapest. Lóca has only been representing Hungarian national food for a month now, it is immensely popular. Not only because it is a foot of culinary heaven, where serious Hungarian values are preserved, regarding both food and artifacts determinant of the Hungarian culture, but because Lóca is showing good taste in wearing these motifs. The beautifully carved wooden furniture bring into mind the atmosphere of Hungarian villages. The floral motifs are all painted by hand, by an old woman devoted to Hungarian culture.
1051 Budapest, Október 6. utca 3.
Vágódeszka can be found in the heart of the city. It sheds a new light on our beliefs about sausage, both in form and flavour. All visitors must try their Robuci, made unforgettable with their own Deszkalecsó (Ratatouille) and the rethinking of the sausage picked by the customer.
They satisfy the needs of lovers of modern fast-food, besides those preferring traditional cuisine.
1054 Budapest, Bajcsy-Zsilinszky út 40.
Why Not Bistro opened on Belgrád rakpart in the October of 2016. It awaits guests with friendly prices, a pleasant ambiance, and quality food. Here you can find everything from vegan dishes to traditional Hungarian foods, such as chicken paprikas, mangalica meat, goulash soup, or pancake. If you wish to have your dinner with a view at the Citadel, do not look further, Why Not Bistro is a perfect choice.
1056 Budapest, Belgrád rakpart 18.
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